RTL Television comes to the Screenings with a big appetite for new programming but not much room.
There are movies, primetime series, minis and made-fors -- and then there is everything else. One of the few indie distribs who has thrived in handling "everything else" is Alfred Haber.
A record number of foreign TV program buyers hit Hollywood this weekend for the annual spring shopping spree known as the L.A. Screenings.
With most free-to-air networks locked into output deals with the major U.S. studios, the L.A. Screenings allow Oz buyers to see what will end up on their dials and those of the competition for the…
Germany's Berengar Pfahl Film is to produce "Shanghai Baby," a tale of sexual liberation in modern China, based on bestselling novel by banned novelist (Zhou) Wei Hui. Story features a Chinese woman…
Will it be the heart-warming premise of "Betty the Ugly" or the heart-pounding suspense of "Traveler," the heady take on Hollywood of "Studio 60" or the hilarity of "Big Day" that gets them buzzing…
Variety's guide to the fall 2006 TV season's new primetime shows, including full details of cast, exec producers, synopsis, shingle, network and slot.
Mexico's second-biggest cabler, Cablemas, has nixed taking the company public for the time being after a dip in global markets this week. Bloomberg News on Thursday cited a banker involved in the…
Blighty's second biggest paybox UKTV, owned jointly by the BBC and Flextech, is adjusting its program strategy as it faces increasing competition from free channels run by ITV and Channel 4.
Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) once again failed to fast-track an indecency bill through Congress.
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